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Cristiano Ronaldo will stroll through a friendly with Portugal while Lionel Messi and Argentina face a...

Cristiano Ronaldo will have the equivalent of an international kick-about in his back garden this evening while Lionel Messi toils at altitude with the weight of the world, or at least of Argentina, on his shoulders. Ronaldo plays a friendly match in his

yesterday, 14:12 in Sport
 

Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal team-mates show off Euro 2016 trophy after landing in Madeira before Sweden tie

It may be over eight months since Portugal captured the European Championship in France, but that does not mean they have run out of places to display it. On Monday evening they landed at Madeira airport and showed off the gleaming trophy to the gathered

yesterday, 13:53 in Sport
 

England's Euro 2016 shock defeat by Iceland creates new generation of vikings as births spike nine months...

Iceland's stunning Euro 2016 win over England has literally created a new generation of vikings. It seems couples on the Scandinavian isle now have more than one reason to remember their famous night. An Icelandic hospital has revealed they delivered a r

yesterday, 13:45 in Sport
 

Mahdi Ali leaves his role as United Arab Emirates manager following defeat by Australia

United Arab Emirates coach Mahdi Ali resigned after defeat by Australia dealt an all but fatal blow to the country's chances of reaching next year's World Cup in Russia. Ali, who led the UAE to a third-place finish at the Asian Cup in 2015, called time o

yesterday, 13:45 in Sport
 

Chelsea target Tiemoue Bakayoko has 'always dreamed of moving' to Paris Saint-Germain, insists his agent

Chelsea target Tiemoue Bakayoko would 'like' to join Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain, his agent/brother has revealed.  Bakayoko's agent also made it clear that the 22-year-old has 'always dreamed of moving' to PSG. 'We've talked about it because Tiémo

yesterday, 13:45 in Sport
 

Yorkshire take significant step in securing the future of international cricket at Headingley

The future of international cricket at Headingley looked brighter on Tuesday after Yorkshire agreed a new financial package with Leeds City Council. Test fixtures at Yorkshire's famous headquarters from 2020 onwards appeared to be in serious doubt after

yesterday, 13:45 in Sport
 

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge slams FIFA for 48-team World Cup: 'Decision-making and transparency was not acceptable'

The decision-making process that led FIFA to increase the number of teams at the World Cup to 48 is unacceptable, according to European Club Association chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. The European Club Association, which represents 220 football clubs, o

yesterday, 13:45 in Sport
 

Revealed: Google Chrome has a secret tongue-in-cheek message for heavy porn users

Google Chrome's 'Incognito mode' offers internet users a way to use the web without fear of it appearing in their browser history. While it was once marketed as a way to secretly buy gifts or plan anniversary surprises, most users know it as a way to pri

yesterday, 13:43 in Science &Technology
 

Update your iPhone now! iOS 10.3 instantly helps free up storage space on your handset

Apple has released its latest software and it comes with an unexpected bonus. Users who have switched to iOS 10.3 have reported finding more storage on their handsets immediately after updating. The surprising new feature comes as Apple chose to replace

yesterday, 13:43 in Science &Technology
 

Revealed: The truth about Caesarean sections – and yes you CAN breastfeed, drive and walk

Confused by all of the conflicting information about Caesarean sections?  No matter how you feel about them, it’s a fact that at least 25 percent of all deliveries are by Caesarean section. Birmingham-based gynaecologist Gabrielle Downey busts the most c

yesterday, 13:39 in Health
 

And you thought YOU were tired! Hilarious photos capture people around the world stealing a nap... against...

We've all been there: so utterly exhausted by life's trials and tribulations that we'd do anything for a nap. But few of us are so accomplished in the art of nodding off as the people in these photos.  Take the man, for example, who managed to catch 40 w

yesterday, 12:58 in Travel
 

Roaming wild in the radiation zone: Endangered species are THRIVING around Chernobyl 30 years after nuclear...

Endangered herds of wild horses gallop across open fields, moose stalk through dense woodland and hares skitter between thickets of shrubs. This could easily be one of the world's most pristine nature reserves, but in fact this is the exclusion zone arou

yesterday, 12:58 in Travel
 

Is this the best job on the planet? Blogger will be paid £24k to travel to exotic destinations while...

Imagine waking up in a lavish retreat overlooking a tropical resort. Rather than keeping this paradise a secret, your task for the day is to share your experiences on social media. Not only that but you’ll be sampling 12 different holiday homes across th

yesterday, 12:58 in Travel
 

The boy who spends his life under blue lights to keep him alive: 4-year-old spends 20 hours each day in a...

A four-year-old boy has to spend 20 hours a day living under bright blue light just to keep him alive. Ismail Ali suffers from an extremely rare liver disease known as Crigler-Najjar syndrome, which affects only 100 people across the world.  He is missin

yesterday, 12:54 in Health
 

France's Kevin Gameiro insists Spain are in rebuild mode ahead of friendly: 'Their cycle has come to an end'

France striker Kevin Gameiro has predicted the end of Spain's 'cycle' in the build up to the two country's friendly match. Spain won three international tournaments in a row - Euro 2008, 2010 World Cup and 2012 Euros - as they dominated world football wi

yesterday, 12:51 in Sport
 


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